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If you read CVLT Nation, you know that we dig The Misfits, plus Glenn’s next band is one of our favorites as well! SAMHAIN was pretty awesome; they did things musically that were really interesting and pushed the boundaries. SAMHAIN had a killer work ethic and toured non-stop from coast to

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CVLT Nation is proud to present the next in our series of underground classic compilations, MISFITS legendary album Walk Among Us! Over the decades, MISFITS have inspired musicians from a wide range of genres. This comp features brutal sounds from across the spectrum of heavy, with covers from HELLKEEPER, THE WRAITH,

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For now and forever, The Misfits are one of my favorite bands. We blast them at least once a week in the CVLT Nation HQ. I recently found this killer full set of them performing in Los Angeles in 1982. This is a must-see video for any Misfits fan – on the

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Now this is fucking RAD – we are streaming the New WOLVHAMMER 7 inch and it kicks the eyes out of Christ’s corpse! What are you going to hear? Their brand new song “Death Division,” plus their sick covers of two Misfits songs, “Demonomania” and “Bloodfeast.” The record is out now

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CVLT Nation is proud to present the third covers compilation in our series The CVLT Nation Sessions: MISFITS‘ seminal album Earth A.D.. This rad comp is up for exclusive streaming and free download on below, and features Baptists, Kata Sarka, Drug Lust, Xaphan, Woes, We Are The Damned, Dislich (aka

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by Oliver Sheppard Blue Cross began as a side-poject of Ottawa, Ontario’s Germ Attak. While Germ Attak played loud, brash, hard-drinking punk rock and roll, Blue Cross employ a darker approach: Their sound is pure, modern goth-punk. The dark and echoey female vocals lend the songs on their 2011 Mass

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